Is this the highest, most beautiful geography lesson in the world?

So often condemned as a boring subject - of rainy field trips and teachers in fusty old tweed jackets with elbow patches, geography is rarely classified as 'cool'.

But if only everyone's geography lessons were like this one, surely it would be the most popular subject on the curriculum.

Watch and listen along, as astronauts Mike Hopkins and Rick Mastracchio from the International Space Station point out cities on the Earth's slow-moving surface as they look on from above.

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